B&B @ The Redwoods
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The weather was glorious as well and by the end of the tour we were ready for a cold drink in the Green Dragon pub which had been built next to the set. Fiona had a ginger beer that she really enjoyed and I opted for a nice amber ale from the Southfarthing Brewery. The pub overlooks a lake and you can see back up into Hobbiton as well so it was a lovely end to the afternoon, before we got back on the road again.
... swimming and jumping down rapids, we tackled the 7 metre high waterfall, somehow without flipping the raft or losing anyone overboard – pretty cool because the raft actually hits the plunge pool at the bottom and totally submerges itself before surfacing again!
We spent the rest of the day looking round the outdoor shops in Rotorua and doing some walking back up and around the gorge where we had ...
... here so we're renting a house from a family. Nia is in her element as there is a big garden with a swing & trampoline. Even more exciting is that their 12 year old daughter has horses and Nia is invited to go riding on Saturday. She can't ...
... odour from the vapours that had found their way into the van, making me vomit and the kids and Mike not far off!The ice cream was worth it. With over 40 flavours to choose from it was a difficult choice; with flavours such as kiwi (of course), blackcurrent, wild berry, passion fruit, chocolate orange, coconut and marshmallow, pecan and maple syrup, rainbow, chocolate mud etc. From the look on Alice’s face after she had finished her ice cream, I think she enjoyed ...
... their own seat for the best view. I actually find it this attraction pretty common. Once again the orgasm joke started. Time passes till a staff approached the geyser and make the introduction. All expectation was lowered when he pour a substance which I assume to be soda into the geyser. It started erupting and furiously, pouring out hot water with sizzling sound. I thought that the whole Wai-o-tapu ended just like this till we were driven to the next destination. We walk by ...